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First Campaigns

Phase 1 of the online campaigns involves creating text adverts and then sending search engine traffic to typically two different types of Landing Pages such as a services page and a blog article. This split A/B testing is recommended as it can help identify what is effective on-page content. 

With our support for Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager you can better understand your site visitors and how to supply content that increases leads or bookings.


Media Campaigns

Phase 2 of the online marketing involves taking the Go-To-Market research and what was learnt about your content engagement in Phase 1 to set your Social Media marketing strategy. This involves creating image adverts, often meme based ads and when needed video ads*

Multi-Channel Marketing

We will assist you in choosing the most effective online channels with our integrated multi-channel marketing approach. This includes deciding on how to approach social media online channels such as YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, TickToc, Pinterest and LinkedIn. Our focus will be on helping build online relationships with your potential customers using traditional engagement tools such as Email marketing and in some cases Direct mail.

* Video ads require additional investment as they not included in subscriptions.

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Assessment Consultation

Choose one of your products or services now and contact us for a free Online Marketplace Readiness Assessment overview.

Free-Up to 15 mins

Online Consultation

Let one of our consultants answer your online marketing questions for free!

Within 5 mins we can quickly assess how online ready your site is and make recommendations.

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